WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Saudi Arabia and France this week for discussion with top Saudi and European officials about conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya.

The State Department said Kerry will leave late Thursday for the Saudi city of Hafar al Batin on its northeastern border with Iraq and Kuwait, where 20 countries just concluded a 3-week-long counterterrorism military exercise.

From there, Kerry will travel to Paris for talks on Sunday with the new French foreign minister as well as his counterparts from Britain, Germany and Italy along with the EU foreign policy chief. In addition to the Syria, Yemen and Libya conflicts, Kerry is also expected to discuss the migrant crisis facing Europe.